Trip Code: ATBC01
Duration: 12 Days
Difficulty Level: Medium
Minimum Altitude: 823 m/2,699 ft
Maximum Altitude: 4,130 m/13,549 ft
Best Season: March - May & Sept. - Dec
Mount Annapurna Base Camp Trek
The urge to be in a high existence, such as Annapurna Base Camp Himalayas, has been shown to transcend the individual. Interest in remote Himalayan presences such as Annapurna is understood as transcended interest.
Interest to be in Annapurna’s existence is a certain level of awareness in you. Additionally, the level of interest in Annapurna Base Camp Trek has a strong possibility of achieving a higher degree of bliss fullness. Its realization and transformation open the case of recreation, joy, contentment, and ecstasy.
Take a glance at the graceful Mount Annapurna vistas and their awe-inspiring existence. Your level of awareness helps you discover the inner strength of the surroundings as you pass through the remote villages.
Rather than a person, Annapurna was named after the Hindu Goddess of food. You can enjoy traveling along a trail that translates to “full of prosperity”, whereas Anna means food, and Purna means full.
We guide you to the existence of the Annapurna Base Camp tour following your inner transcendent interest in being in the Himalayas. Our guidance aims to help you with your curiosity about recreation, joy, happiness, and ecstasy.
We have figured out the best way to celebrate Annapurna so that we can adapt to your specific interests and enhance your holiday experience. Choose the program that best fits your needs and desires to reintegrate with nature.
Annapurna Base Camp Core Hike
The tremendous growth of technology in our lives has contributed to a global culture of isolation. The hike to Annapurna Base Camp is a mindful way of walking that engages the senses and allows for reflection.
Be on the trails and appreciate the Annapurna existence, using all of our senses to immerse ourselves in the present. Annapurna hike is for you to immerse in the dazzling Annapurna Himalayan range, and green hills, and connect with native people.
The departure date has been set for the month of March when conditions are most ideal for the journey.
Annapurna Base Camp Yoga
Healing, rejuvenation, and rebalancing are all things yoga may help you with. Take advantage of Annapurna’s yoga to center yourself and reawaken your senses. In addition to restoring our inner harmony, connecting with nature through yoga also promotes a deeper sense of self-worth and meaning.
Being in Annapurna, where one can unwind physically and reconnect with nature, helps us reawaken. Being in touch with nature can help us feel more at peace and enhance our self-awareness ability.
The departure will take place in May, considering the weather and environment favorable for yoga. The connection we have with nature calms us broadening our consciousness, which ultimately brings us closer to ourselves.
Annapurna Base Camp Celebration
Annapurna’s holiday celebrations bring together the excitement of a Nepali festival with the thrill of traveling through beautiful scenery and soaking in the sights of Nepal’s high mountains.
Since everyone has been so busy lately with work, the Annapurna Base Camp celebration will be a good break to enjoy the holiday together. This trip will be held on the occasion of Dashain in September and Tamu Loshar on 30 December 2023
Annapurna Base Camp Trek Highlights
- Ghorepani Poon Hill is the best viewpoint for the magical sunrise and bizarre sunset reflection view of the panoramic mountain ranges of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri ranges.
- Do two Base Camp treks in a single visit, i.e. Annapurna Base Camp and Machhapuchhre Base Camp Trek.
- Unwind in the hot water pool at Jhinu Danda right after returning from base camp.
- Follow the roaring water of Modi Khola while strolling through woodlands rich in flora and fauna of Annapurna Conservation Area.
- Pretty villages and agriculture of Gurung people at Ghandrunk.
Annapurna Base Camp Trek Route Map
Are you wondering how long the Annapurna Base Camp trek tour takes? You will see the route map if you click the infographic image below. Annapurna Base Camp Trek distance is 110 kilometers which take 12 days, and it starts with the road trip to Pokhara.
Your journey begins as you leave the capital city. You will be travelling a 7-hour drive on the bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara. The trip from Kathmandu to Pokhara will take 7 hours on the bus. You will begin your drive to Nayapul the following morning in Pokhara. You will begin your walk from Nayapul and go to Ulleri, Ghorepani, Tadapani, Chhomrong Deurali, and eventually the base of Mt. Annapurna.
You trek through traditional villages, taking in their distinctive way of life, to get to Annapurna Base Camp. The journey to base camp provides numerous mesmerizing views of the diverse landscapes, mountains, and many other features.
Is Annapurna Base Camp Trek difficult?
The trail to ABC trek is not as tricky as other mountain trails. However, numerous twists and turns, highs and lows, rough cliffs, and steep stairs may add to the difficulty of the trek at Annapurna Base Camp.
Compared to many other Nepalese treks, this is one of the shorter and simpler treks. But, the answer somewhat depends on your perspective and prior walking experience. Any Himalayan trek involves a lot of up and down, where the lack of oxygen in the higher stages can quickly consume energy.
This trek generally requires 5-6 hours of daily walking, depending on your pace. An experienced trekker will arrive at their destination faster, and a newbie may take longer. And, with adequate preparation and courage, anyone can complete this journey.
Annapurna Base Camp Trek Permit
As the popularity of the trek rose, the Nepalese government concluded that it was essential to preserve nature and improve a route system to protect the surroundings and boost trekkers’ safety. That is why, before attempting the adventure, every traveller must obtain Annapurna Trekking Permits. The permits stated below are needed to travel to Annapurna Base Camp.
TIMS stands for Trekkers Information Management System, an essential permit executed by the Trekking Agencies Association of Nepal (TAAN) and the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB). The card secures the safety and security of visitors desiring to visit Annapurna Base Camp.
Annapurna Conservation Area Permit (ACAP)
Every trekker who wishes to visit the Annapurna region must obtain an ANCAP, also known as ACAP. As the name implies, the permit and fee you will pay will help to preserve the area.
For more info, visit: Trekking Route and Permit Fee
Note: Please bring 6-8 passport-size photographs, which will be required during the government document-making.
Annapurna Base Camp Trek Cost Details
- Tourist Bus for Kathmandu to Pokhara to Kathmandu. (domestic flight if extra charge added)
- Jeep from Pokhara to Nayapul to Pokhara
- Annapurna Conservation Area entry fee and TIMS card
- Experienced Himalayan trek guide for 11 days
- One porter for two for trekking for ten days (prepare to give max. 15 kgs’ luggage from each of you so that it will not exceed 30 kg. for your porter)
- Basic yet comfortable accommodation for 08 nights on a twin-sharing basis during the trekking as per itinerary
- Staff insurance
- 08 x set breakfast, 09 x set lunch and 08 x set dinner while on the trek
- Purified drinking water during the entire trekking as per itinerary
- General first aid medicine kit
- Complimentary T-shirt
- Duffel bag during the trek
- Food and Accommodation in Kathmandu and Pokhara
- Personnel expenses of any kind
- Any Travel Insurance
- Any additional cost due to natural calamity and unforeseen circumstances might affect itineraries
- Tips for any staff and guide
- Costs associated with evacuations due to illness, accidents, or other natural disasters like earthquakes, landslides, floods, etc.
- Anything that is not listed in the “PRICE INCLUDES” section above